After what seemed like a neverending winter, temperatures have finally hit double digits - and that means it's time to start updating our summer wardrobes. Thankfully, Frank And Oak is having a sale in Canada and you can get some items for 50% off.\nThe sale, which is ongoing for now, puts some of Frank And Oak's most popular tops, blouses, jeans, skirts, dresses, jumpsuits, blazers, and outerwear on serious discount.\nYou don't need a promo code to score these discounts. Just pick your favourites and add them to your cart.\nAll clothes are already marked down in the sale section, but you can get a sneaky additional 15% off at checkout by using the promo code CART15.\nYou can get the Wide-Fit Jean Short in Baby Blue for $29.97 (usually $69.50) or the Baggy High-Waisted Track Pants in Maroon for just $34.97 (usually $99.50!!).\nThe super-popular Nina Wide-Leg Jean in Indigo is also on sale for $69.99 — nearly $30 off the usual price!\nNarcity may receive a small commission if you purchase something we recommend in this article, which was created by the Narcity Shop team just for you.\nView this post on Instagram A big shout out to @divinehostess for checking in on me yesterday! I hate nothing more than letting people down, but since coming home from my last vacation/work trip/ time being outside/normal life experience (you get the point) over a month ago, I found myself so stressed and overwhelmed by the state of our world that I didn’t know how to move forward. I needed some time to grieve. I needed time to be angry. I need time to pivot in the midst of already trying to pivot! I’m slowly getting into a groove thanks to good people who take time to check in on me. . A friend called me a couple of nights ago to see how I was doing. In all honesty I thought I was handling this situation just fine. But as we talked, I suddenly burst into tears and said, “I don’t know what I’m doing!” Opening up helped. Not suppressing the fear helped. Check in on your people! These are tough times! Now Ima make a Target run in my best fit cause you gotta take any opportunity to find the joy! . Also, if you’re waiting for your illustrated portrait from @altsummit. Don’t worry friends I haven’t forgotten about you! Kindly DM me a reminder! Love love love to you all! A post shared by VICTORIA-RIZA HYDE (@victoria_riza) on May 5, 2020 at 1:52pm PDT\nStock up on a few button-up slip camis, a simple, flowy cotton t-shirt, or continue that extra casual self-isolation look with the Organic Cotton Gym Fleece Crewneck in a summery colour like peach or golden palm.\nThey even have winter wear on serious sale (hats, mits, and scarves are under $10 and $500 parkas are marked down to $199 and lower) if you want to get ahead of the game and purchase your jackets, boots, and cold-weather accessories a few months early.\nIf you haven't tried Frank And Oak yet, have been dying to try them for a while, or already love the brand, now's the perfect time to find yourself a few new staple items for the summer.\nView this post on Instagram You'll wanna read this one... So usually in January I fast. It's a way to reset/improve myself spiritually. Whenever I read the Bible I like to define terms (defining terms is actually something I learned 10 yrs ago - yikes! - during a tour at Elon) so I can understand better. . . Some of you might be familiar with the story of Jesus fasting for 40 days/nights. This was a difficult experience, as you can imagine, and he was tempted pretty heavily. Afterward, he started preaching and he's recorded as telling the people to "Repent." . . I found myself stuck here because I'm used to the harsh, guilt-ridden admonition of repentance and it felt so unaligned with Christ's spirit. Like was he really standing there yelling at people to Repent? Did He want them to feel bad? Because in all His interactions with sinners, He never made people feel bad. That's when I realized I didn't actually know what the word "repent" means. . . Repentance in Greek (as it was used in the New Testament) is metanoia. The definition means "to think differently" or "to reconsider." It's a change of the mind and ❤️. Jesus was not scolding them in the way you might have been taught. He was encouraging them to think differently! Isn't that amazing?? It felt like a 💡 went off in my brain! . . You wanna know something crazier? My therapist's practice is called Metanoia. I knew the definition but I had no clue it was synonymous to repentance! #mindblown 🤯 I've written this long-winded paragraph to say, keep questioning terms and asking God for definitions. And to everyone out there who feels like your faith is less legit if you talk to a mental health professional, guess what?? Changing your mind is biblical, it's Word, it's LIGHT. You might actually need to change your mind about some things to hear what God is saying. Christ is therapy: literally and figuratively. Walk in your light, because GOOD THINGS BELONG TO YOU. 😚 . . . #fasting #fastingandprayer #biblepost #repent #metanoia #therapy #christian #faith #christianpost #biblestudy #jesus #therapyforblackgirls #mentalhealth #changeyourmind #repentance #bible A post shared by Candace aka F U T U R E 🐐 (@aceisjoy) on Jan 3, 2020 at 8:38am PST\nFrank And Oak is known for its sustainable practices, and many of their clothes are eco-friendly.\nTheir Minimal line (which is included in the sale) uses alternative, eco-friendly materials as well.\nCheck out Frank And Oak's sale here to get that new summer wardrobe!